Thursday, October 30, 2014

Netanyahu defends Israel despite 'anonymous' comments

"Don't you wish we had a president, like they have a prime minister in Israel?" ~ Mark Levin
So, we've seen Canadian PM Harper call terrorism by its name, something Obama falls short of often. We've also seen the Australians take decisive action to protect their nation from the Ebola outbreak, yet another shortfall of the Obama administration. And now, following an Obama-sycophant-media hit piece, in the face of constant anti-Semitic scrutiny, antagonized by the current American regime sadly, we once again witness Israeli PM Netanyahu stand up to defend the tiny Jewish nation...
"It must be understood that our supreme interests, chiefly, the security and the unity of Jerusalem, are not the main concern of those anonymous officials who attack us and me personally, because the assault on me comes only because I defend the State of Israel. Were I not to defend the State of Israel, were I not to insist vigorously on our national and security interests, they would not be attacking me. And despite all of the attacks I suffer, I will continue to defend our country."

H/t: GP

Here's some assistance on this one from the Great One...
LEVIN: "Don't you wish we had a president, like they have a prime minister in Israel?

Obama would be saying, 'Don't ever attack me personally. You can attack the country. Look, I go over seas, I give speeches, I trash my own country, it sucks! I want to fundamentally transform it. Why do you think the border's open? We're importing everybody we can! We want to change the culture, the demographics, the people. We want to change the whole damn country! It sucks from inside out! But don't attack me, I'm Barack Obama."

And Netanyahu says, 'They attack me because I defend my country.'

And who is he defending his country from here? From Obama! It's absolutely unbelievable.

Yes, we live in Obamaland, where up is down, and down is up, and left is right, and right is left. ...

They don't even call the guy who runs ISIS a chickensh*t. They dare not call Putin a chickenshi*t. The Commie who runs China, they don't call him a chickensh*t. They don't call the Castro brothers chickensh*ts. They don't call the fool who runs Venezuela a chickensh*t. They don't call mass murderers chickensh*ts! They don't call terrorists chickensh*ts! But the Jew who runs the Jewish State, he's a chickensh*t!?!
After alluding to the likely anonymous culprit, John Kerry, Levin reveals what's really going on here...
"They want to force him out. That's this administration trying to create a more aggressive political opposition in Israel against Netanyahu, putting out the word that they can't deal with him, that there's bad relations with the United States and him. They've gotta get rid of him. And in the meantime, this administration is doing what by doing this? Not just disrespecting the head of another country. They're encouraging the Islamo-Nazis all over the world to take up arms. What do you think Hamas thinks when they hear this crap? Or Hezbollah? Or all the other inbreds over there? What do you think they think when they hear this sort of thing? They think it's open season."
Yet another reason to vote the Democratic BUMS OUT!

Related links: Obama Admin Not Interested in Which Admin Official Made Netanyahu Attacks
Earnest on Whether WH Will Punish "Chickenshit" Source: "I Don't Know Of Any Effort Like That Underway"
Ed Henry to Earnest: You've Gone After Reporters For Leaks, But You Won't Try To Find "Chickenshit" Source?

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Levin calls out the racist and misogynist Democratic Party

Levin gives voters more than enough reasons to vote the Democratic BUMS OUT this November!
TRS: Mark Levin calls out the Democratic Party, pointing out that by their own standards they are racist, given how some of them don’t even want to be seen with the first black president right now, just before elections. He also calls them out for their misogyny as well... Listen:

(Also @ 33:00 into 10/29/14-Mark Levin Audio Rewind)

The racists are the baiters, just as they've always been. They're the same misogynists; they're the same anti-Semites; they're the same demographic segregationists as they've ever been through the years, all for political gain...
On Wednesday's Mark Levin Show: Are the Democrat politicians who don't want President Obama campaigning for them or visiting their state during this upcoming election period going to be considered racist? Why is it that when Obama's policies were thought to be good, they had no problem having him around, but now that we realize Obamacare is a disaster and amnesty will be horrible for the country, they don't want to be seen with him? The Democrat politicians would rather have Bill Clinton speak for them than Obama. Mark asks when people will stop allowing the Democrats to treat them as being stupid and using them for political motivations?
Speaking of the anti-Semitism, Levin returns to an interesting little analysis @ 57:20 into the Audio Rewind, alluding to the likely anonymous senior Obama official who called Israeli PM Netanyahu a "chickensh*t." Check it out, it's certain to make you smile, even through the outrage.

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The Final Recommendations For Immigration Actions Are Being Sent To Obama

Doctor, Nurse without borders acting like a President without borders

You'd think medical so-called professionals would understand the importance of containing the potential spread of a deadly disease with a 70% mortality rate. But then again, you'd think a president would understand the importance of keeping our citizenry reasonably safe, whether that means working with Congress to responsibly securing our border or restricting travel to/from Ebola hot spots with adequate quarantine in between. Instead, they're all Democrats living in a borderless fantasyland, and this is the results...

First the lying doctor:
NYPost: The city’s first Ebola patient initially lied to authorities about his travels around the city following his return from treating disease victims in Africa, law-enforcement sources said.

Dr. Craig Spencer at first told officials that he isolated himself in his Harlem apartment — and didn’t admit he rode the subways, dined out and went bowling until cops looked at his MetroCard the sources said.

“He told the authorities that he self-quarantined. Detectives then reviewed his credit-card statement and MetroCard and found that he went over here, over there, up and down and all around,” a source said.

Spencer finally ’fessed up when a cop “got on the phone and had to relay questions to him through the Health Department,” a source said. Officials then retraced Spencer’s steps, which included dining at The Meatball Shop in Greenwich Village and bowling at The Gutter in Brooklyn.
Then the defiant, confrontational jewel of a nurse:
CNN: A nurse who was quarantined against her will in New Jersey after treating Ebola patients in West Africa will not obey officials' instructions to seclude herself at home in Maine, she and her lawyers said on the "Today" show and to the Bangor Daily News on Wednesday.

One of the nurse's lawyers told CNN Wednesday that they are trying to work with Maine officials to avoid escalating the situation. The nurse, Kaci Hickox, returned to Maine on Monday after New Jersey authorities released her from a hospital tent where state officials kept her over the weekend as part of a new quarantine policy. She hired a lawyer and spoke out about her isolation and was then transported to Maine.

She has twice tested negative for the virus.

Maine officials have said that they would ask Hickox to quarantine herself at home until the passage of 21 days from her last possible contact with an Ebola patient, adding that they would make it involuntary if she resisted.

"Today" show host Matt Lauer asked her if she planned to follow guidelines and finish that quarantine on November 10.

"I don't plan on sticking to the guidelines," she said. "I remain appalled by these home quarantine policies that have been forced upon me."

That could set up a confrontation with Maine officials.
Question to ponder: Isn't similar deception how Ebola entered our country in the first place? I guess the same could ultimately be said of the recent influx of Enterovirus, TB, Chagas, you name it. Besides the obvious entitled mentality of these two, shared by millions of liberalized Americans, this exemplifies only a single, yet significant, danger among the many faced when our country is left without borders.

Related links: The Left-Wing Hipster Democrat Couple That Exposed NYC to #Ebola
#Ebola Nurse Complaining About Quarantine is Left-Wing Democrat, CDC Employee WITH UPDATE
NJ Gov. Chris Christie to Ebola Quarantine Nurse: Go Ahead, Sue Me

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Australia is serious about protecting its citizenry from Ebola

For all the feigned outrage and PC BS out there over Australia's decision to impose a travel ban on Ebola-impacted nations across Africa, the fact is this is the first continent, country and island to take this viral outbreak serious in a concerted effort to protect it's citizenry. Instead of throwing in with the naysayers, the U.S. should be taking notes...
HotAir: While the debate continues in the US as to how best to protect Americans from a potential spread of Ebola, Australia has made a decision on a comprehensive policy. They will issue no new travel visas for people in Ebola-impacted nations in western Africa, and will require travelers from those countries on permanent visas or Australian passports to undergo a mandatory 21-day quarantine prior to entering the country. That applies to health-care professionals returning to Australia after serving in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone...

Not only would a comprehensive policy here make more sense than what we’ve had so far, it would also be a welcome change from the ad hoc treatment and incoherence of the Obama administration...

The scientists need to start acting like scientists instead of politically-correct prima donnas, and the Obama administration needs to get its act together and treat Ebola like a deadly disease instead of a banner for the tolerance brigades.
At least one country out there is taking decisive action. Unfortunately, as animated as this appears, we're still seemingly here...


Monday, October 27, 2014

Obamacare meets the midterms

Who says Obamacare isn't a major factor in the November midterms?
WashingtonExaminer: Some Democrats and their advocates in the press believe Obamacare, a year into implementation, is no longer much of a factor in the midterm elections. But no one has told Republican candidates, who are still pounding away at the Affordable Care Act on the stump. And no one has told voters, especially those in states with closely contested Senate races, who regularly place it among the top issues of the campaign.
Looks like Democrats and the lib media (but I repeat myself) are the only ones who think it's working just fine. Commenting on a NewYorkTimes puff piece released just a week before the midterms, Erick Erickson of RedState hones in on the propaganda of this coordinated campaign effort...
"...the paper has to admit Obamacare has not been as affordable as promised. Most importantly, the propagandists largely ignore the fact that Obamacare is deeply unpopular still. They ignore the millions of Americans who could not keep their doctor or insurance. They ignore the millions of Americans forced into a system they do not want.

The media, a week before the election, is doing its best to re-write how awesome Obamacare is. To do so, they have to ignore most of the major contentions by conservatives.

The media really is predictable. They have spent a year ignoring complaints and concerns over Obamacare, downplaying so many real-world stories. Now, a week before the election, they’d have us believe everything is just fine."
Uh huh...looks like it's working so fine that over 200,000 doctors (and growing) in our country are avoiding Obamacare plans!
TheDC: The number of physicians nationwide that are declining to accept health plans from Obamacare exchanges is growing, according to a study from the American Action Forum.

As of May 2014, over 214,000 doctors wouldn’t participate in Obamacare plans, and that number may be growing, according to AAF, a free-market think tank in Washington. While some Obamacare kinks have been worked out over the past year, exchange plans remain as unfriendly to doctors as ever.

Obamacare puts physicians — especially the dwindling number of those in private practice — in an especially difficult financial situation, expecting doctors to eat the costs of patients who discontinue coverage and to simply take on more patients to make up for bottom-level reimbursements.
Wow, look at those results! And that's not all. There's the timely matter of rate hikes revealed just ahead of the midterms, which are actually fueling some of the opposition attacks against Democrats who voted for Obamacare in key battleground states, as they should!
FoxNews: ObamaCare rate increases are coming to some key battleground states, fueling Republican attacks ahead of next month’s midterm elections.

“It looks like we're going to have double-digit premium increases in places like Alaska, and Iowa and Louisiana," said health economist John Goodman. “Where we've got very close races for Senate, and Republican candidates are making a big deal over this."

The next ObamaCare open enrollment begins Nov. 15, just 11 days after the Nov. 4 elections. Because the enrollment season is so close, the rate increases in many states already are known.

"Where we have the tight Senate races, the fact that we're getting these big rate increases just adds fuel to the fire for ObamaCare as a political issue and the Republicans’ attack on it," said Bob Laszewski of Health Policy and Strategy Associates.

In Iowa, for example, where Republican Joni Ernst is challenging Democrat Bruce Braley for the Senate, the Des Moines Register recently reported that premiums will be rising by double digits.

"We heard just last week," Ernst said in a debate Oct. 16, "that health care policies, their cost is going up an average of 19 percent."

In the Louisiana race, Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu has tried to distance herself from the president, even as he suggested those who do that still really support him.

But the largest insurer in the state, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, will raise rates as much as 19.7 percent, so her opponent, Republican Bill Cassidy, is running an ad with supporters pegged to the issue.

One woman says, "Senator Landrieu, I voted for you before, but when you voted for ObamaCare, I knew I had made a mistake." A second woman adds, "cancelled health plans, now big rate increases..."

Alaska appears to be the hardest hit of all, with increases as high as 37 percent.

An ad from an outside group, Freedom Partners Action Fund, shows a screen with the words "Huge increase for healthcare.gov insurance rates in Alaska" as an announcer says "Alaskans could see their rates increase by thousands of dollars each year."

Meanwhile, Sen. Mark Begich, the Democratic candidate, held the plan at arm’s length, saying in a radio ad, "When I think about the health care law, frustrated, disappointed, you can put a lot of words toward it, but every day I work to try to fix it."
Oh really, Senator? Alaska, Louisiana, Iowa, all the battleground states, once again, take note that none of these Democratic Senators had a problem shoving this down the throats of the American people. Also, keep in mind the line in the above piece about how some Democrats have tried to distance themselves from Obama, "even as he suggested those who do that still really support him." How many times do you have to be lied to and fooled?

Vote these BUMS OUT once and for all!

Related links: Begich: I voted for Obama
Small Business Group Ditches Landrieu Over Obamacare Support
MARY LANDRIEU DEFENDS OBAMACARE AT LOUISIANA SENATE DEBATE: 'WORKING IN MANY IMPORTANT WAYS'
Quinnipiac Iowa Poll: ObamaCare A Liability For Rep. Bruce Braley

ADDENDUM: It's unfortunate that some RINOs still refuse to utilize such a powerful tool at their desposal, though. Perhaps it's time to replace more than a few of them as well...but then, that's what should have been done during primary season.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

NOT 'Workplace Violence': Harper calls Ottawa attacks 'terrorism'...Obama equivocates

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper addressed his nation with a blunt message, unequivocally calling the recent attacks 'terrorism,' and that by their very nature were "attacks on our country, on our values, on our society..."



Compare that to Obama's tepid response...
AmericanSpectator: Let's compare what Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President Obama had to say about yesterday's events in Ottawa and the shootings in St. Jean-sur-Richelieu on Monday.

Here is part of Harper's televised address to Canadians:
"Fellow Canadians, in the days to come, we will learn more about the terrorist and any accomplices he may have had, but this week’s events are a grim reminder that Canada is not immune to the types of terrorist attacks we have seen elsewhere around the world."
For good measure, Harper also said the man responsible for killing the soldier in St. Jean-sur-Richelieu was an "ISIL-inspired terrorist."

Now here's part of what Obama said at the White House:
"We don’t yet have all the information about what motivated the shooting. We don’t yet have all the information about whether this was part of a broader network or plan, or whether this was an individual or series of individuals who decided to take these actions. But it emphasizes the degree to which we have to remain vigilant when it comes to dealing with these kinds of acts of senseless violence or terrorism."
Less than a week after the Canadian Parliament approves a contigent to join this country's efforts against ISIS in Iraq, two Canadian soldiers are murdered 48 hours apart followed by an attack on the very institute that authorized the military mission. And yet Obama tells us not to jump to conclusions. Nor can he unequivocally flat out characterize these incidents as terrorism. Given that he could not do so at Fort Hood or Benghazi I guess we shouldn't have expected anything more here.
And speaking of, compare that to Obama's lackadaisical, politically correct response to the Fort Hood shooting, or rather the one he eventually gets to as he makes his way through all the shout outs!



Obama referred to yesterday's Canadian terror attacks as 'senseless violence,' and his administration continues to call the 2009 Fort Hood attack 'workplace violence,' denying victims and families commendations and benefits deserved (when even MotherJones can call understand what's going on, that's telling) Remember, though, this administration has also called other instances of terrorism on American soil 'workplace violence,' the latest being that ISIS-inspired Oklahoma beheading.

He just can't bring himself to recognize or even utter the obvious, much less acknowledge that fundamental Islam is center stage in all of this.

Related links: Mark Steyn: Attacks Aimed at Canadian State, Not 'Senseless Violence'
Obama Calls Ottawa Shooting a Terror Attack… But Fort Hood Was ‘Workplace Violence’

ADDENDUM: There may have been a smaller scale, yet similarly Islamic terror related attack on 4 NYC police officers yesterday...
NYC Police seriously considering hatchet attack on cops a terrorist attack

The empty spectacle of the 2014 Midterm Election

It might be hard to hear or admit, but here's the bleak reality of what's culminated into this lackluster midterm election...
Reason: With just two weeks until election day, the most striking thing about the 2014 midterm may be how petty and substance-free it is. No major policy issue has defined this election; no major legislation is immediately at stake. It is possible to find candidates talking about a variety of policy issues—Obamacare, the minimum wage, immigration, the Export-Import bank, and more—but the implications are described almost entirely in political terms. For the most part, the focus for both parties is not on what they would do, but what they wouldn't, not who they are, but who they aren't. It's an election about nothing, except, perhaps, who one hates the most.

The big problem for Democrats is that President Obama is unpopular, and voters dislike his handling of major policy areas. ...

The president's sagging popularity means that Democrats can't easily campaign on his policies or his proposals. And it has given Republicans a blunt object with which to attack opponents. At this point, dissatisfaction with the president appears to be strong enough that this has given Republicans an edge.

Yet Republicans have a problem of their own. Despite their attacks on Obama and his policies, they have almost nothing specific to say about what they would do instead—and much of what they are saying is either incoherent or opportunistic.

For years, the party has failed to rally around an alternative to Obamacare, even while repeating the mantra "repeal and replace." This election, the first following Obamacare's major coverage expansion, many Republican candidates have tip-toed carefully around the possible consequences of repealing Obamacare, including its Medicaid expansion, suggesting a continuing unwillingness to grapple with the reality of repeal. ...

Broader efforts to define the GOP's policy agenda are similarly underwhelming. The Republican National Committee's (RNC) 11-point "Principles for American Renewal" was intended as a launching pad for a GOP governing vision, and a set of ideas that everyone in the party could agree on. "People know what we're against," RNC Chair Reince Preibus said earlier this month, "I want to talk about the things we're for."

Mostly, though, what the 11 points illustrate is how vague the party's commitment is to anything in particular. It's almost entirely rhetorical fluff...

The result is an election in which Democrats cannot run on what they have done, and Republicans cannot run on what they will do. So petty squabbles and Twitter-friendly soundbites dominate the news as each side attempts to drive turnout by campaigning the notion that the other party is worse—for women or for struggling workers, for the economy or for America's place in the world. It's not an election about which side to vote for. It's an election about which side to vote against.

The bipartisan emptiness of this midterm election, and the intense focus by both parties on turning out core voters rather than on broadening party appeal, suggests the deep exhaustion of both parties and their respective agendas. (One reason why Ebola has received so much attention is that it helps fill the void.) At this point, both Democrats and Republicans are running on policy fumes.

Members of the public see less and less to like from almost any politician, even the ones they voted for themselves. Obama's marks are low, but even still, they're stratospheric compared to Congress. ...

In other words, the public is exhausted too. There's no enthusiasm for any of the available options, no sense that either side has a vision worth pursuing or ideas worth trying. It's an election that's not about anything except which side is the worst—and tellingly, what voters really seem to want is to not have to decide.
As Mark Levin made clear last night, it's not enough anymore to just vote (particularly if Americans can't figure out how equally important the PRIMARIES are, perhaps even more so than the general elections). Replacing the worse with the lesser might provide temporary comfort, but doesn't change our nation's trajectory. We need to utilize every tool that the Framers gave us in order to restore our Republic. We've gotta try...and a great place to start is the Article V process.

Related links: Understanding how an unprincipled GOP could still win the Senate
Reclamation: The time for ceding ground must end!
STEYN: One person can change everything and 'I like Ted Cruz'

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

STEYN: One person can change everything and 'I like Ted Cruz'

LOVE the way this guy thinks! We need Mark Steyn in the U.S. Senate!
TRS: Mark Steyn really is one of today’s intellectual heavy weights when it comes to understanding politics and the culture. And for most of the interview he and Hannity discuss the amazing hole American seems to be in and how Republicans are losing the argument.

But at the end of the interview he describes why he is still an optimist about America and when asked if there is anyone out there who could make a difference, he said he likes Ted Cruz. Why? Because Ted Cruz isn’t interested in conceding ground to the left, but rather pulling them in his direction.

Breitbart: Mark Steyn, author of “The Undocumented Mark Steyn,” argued that culture is more important than elections, and that he liked Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) as someone who could shift American politics to the right in an appearance on Tuesday’s “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel.

Steyn stated “vision’s the important part. What's actually happening is that the kind of model of the social democratic welfare dependency state since the Second World War has run out of gas. It's over, and to persuade people to move off that model actually requires you to have a conversation with the people and change minds,” which he added goes beyond elections.

According to Steyn, providing a vision is important because “a lot of people don't want to think about complicated issues or unpleasant issues. They don't want to think about Islam. They don't want to think about massive debt that will cripple their children's lives, and liberals are very good at just giving them a kind of cute slogan that says this slogan will get you through it. ‘Coexist.’ You put a ‘coexist’ bumper sticker on your car you don’t have to think about problems of the world anymore.”

He added, “the whole position of the Left is that they don't want to win the argument, they'd just as soon cancel the argument. So, if you query open borders immigration, which is an existential issue for any nation, then you're a racist. So, in other words, you have to let in the Ebola guys because otherwise. As there were people protesting outside this building today, you’re xenophobic.”

Steyn concluded that “the right man can make the difference,” and declared “I like Ted Cruz” when asked who he thinks is the one person who could shift the tide in American politics.
He's absolutely right! Now, it's convincing the Republican Party, then weaning voters off the MSM, that are the major obstacles to such truth.

Related link: Reclamation: The time for ceding ground must end!

Obama divulges stratagem for Democratic midterm reelections...will it matter?

Earlier this week, Obama told Al Sharpton that despite the optics of Democrats distancing themselves from him throughout contested states this midterm election cycle, in all actualities, they are still strong allies, and will continue to vote right along with him and support his agenda.

While this should be an effective tool against such reelection efforts, in the surreal Age of Obama, where a president can use ethnicity and status to get away with pretty much anything as long as there's a 'D' beside his name, this won't make much difference to Democratic-leaning voters. Well, why not? Because this is the typical modus operandi they're used to: encouraging stealth, disguise and deception to win by any means necessary.



Perhaps more frustrating is the fact that something like this would guarantee reverberations across the media spectrum if the shoe were on the other foot (i.e., a Republican president divulging such a stratagem before the lead up to his party's reelection efforts). That speaks volumes, not only towards a liberal media run amuck, but also towards the general lack of principle or accountability on the Left.

Related links: This is exactly why Democrats are the ultimate hypocrites
Mark Levin: Obama’s “full Mussolini” is going to come out after the midterms

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Reclamation: The time for ceding ground must end!

Here's a timely one. Not only is this a validation of what so many tried to stress throughout the PRIMARY process, but it also reinforces our vigilance and the pursuit of righteousness...
TRS: This morning on Fox and Friends, guest Dana Loesch was on to talk about her new book, and of course, the news of the day. As part of the discussion about the midterms, Dana was asked about Mark Steyn’s commentary on Monday regarding the culture war. Dana’s answers touched on something that has been covered before here at Right Scoop: Getting into the thick of it.



Mark Steyn rightly points out that if you cede the ground to the left, then left becomes the default position. This is a critical point. What you are doing when you give up the popular culture to the left is creating an atmosphere that says “this is what normal is, everything else is a deviation from the normal.” You’re defining yourself into deviancy.

Dana hammers that point home. The ballot box is too late to try and make a sea change or shift in what is considered the “new normal.” You’ve already lost, she says, if you wait until the vote.
And the Left's constant belligerence of labeling everything traditional, Judeo-Christian or conservative in America 'extreme' and 'anti' this, that and the other, which is promulgated by a lib media, only furthers the devolution of what's normal.

The Republican Party, the Church, society in general has been ceding far too much ground to the deviancy of pop culture, ultimately leftist utopianism. As such, we've allowed this to become the norm. Only by engaging within it, flooding it with an articulation of our foundational perspective, can we bring about the change required for a more righteous path.

As one of my church buddies told me this weekend, 'It should be the Church leading the culture, not the other way around.' Politically speaking, a similar perspective should be observed, particularly within a supposed opposition party. Yet, we've constantly seen, and continue to see, both Church and State, and society along with them, ceded and dragged over the cliff and towards the abyss by forces on the Left.

God Willing, this must change.

Obama admin preparing for 'surge' of illegal alien MILLIONS following midterms

Yeah, never mind Americans struggling for jobs, a tepid economy, rampant welfarism, mystery diseases, terrorists threats, national sovereignty, and overall lawlessness. No, the Obama administration is quietly preparing a 'surge' of millions of new immigrant IDs, 'cause that's just what we need...for the fundamental transformation to Third World status!
Breitbart: Despite no official action from the president ahead of the election, the Obama administration has quietly begun preparing to issue millions of work authorization permits, suggesting the implementation of a large-scale executive amnesty may have already begun.

Unnoticed until now, a draft solicitation for bids issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Oct. 6 says potential vendors must be capable of handling a “surge” scenario of 9 million id cards in one year “to support possible future immigration reform initiative requirements.”

The request for proposals says the agency will need a minimum of four million cards per year. In the “surge,” scenario in 2016, the agency would need an additional five million cards – more than double the baseline annual amount for a total of 9 million.

“The guaranteed minimum for each ordering period is 4,000,000 cards. The estimated maximum for the entire contract is 34,000,000 cards,” the document says.
Up to 34 MILLION blank green cards and work permits are being ordered ahead of Obama illegal immigrant amnesty planned for after the November 4 elections...and here I was thinking we only had 11 - 20 million illegals in the country. Unless, of course, Obama's inviting more unassimilated foreign masses to our demise...
DailyMail: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services plans to seek a vendor to produce as many as 34 million blank work permits and 'green cards' – the paperwork that authorizes illegal immigrants to live and work in the United States – as the White House prepares to issue an executive order after the Nov. 4 midterm elections.

According to a draft solicitation published online, the government agency will look for a company that can produce a minimum 4 million cards per year for five years, and 9 million in the early stages.

President Barack Obama has pledged that he will make a move on immigration reform this year. His original timetable called for a decision by the end of the summer.

Republicans have decried the plan as an 'amnesty' for millions of illegal immigrants, including hundreds of thousands of unaccompanied minors who have come across the U.S.-Mexico border this year.
Well, to be most accurate, it's actually conservatives who've not just decried but exposed Obama's illegal alien amnesty waiting in the shadows of the midterm elections (make no mistake, that's the only thing in the shadows!). Unfortunately, too many Republicans have hopped aboard this crazy train with Dems, the Chamber of Crony Commerce, and some misguided branches of the Church, among a plethora of phony race-baiting, ethnic front groups, to erase our sovereign borders, along with our democratic society and inevitably our way of life in America.

Out with American exceptionalism and prosperity; in with the antithesis.

Related link: Mark Levin: Obama’s “full Mussolini” is going to come out after the midterms

Friday, October 17, 2014

Rove advised Bush admin to cover-up Iraq's real WMDs because they 'lost the argument'

What an Architect! FoxNews, maybe it's time to show this regularly-attending clown the door, ya think?
On Thursday's Mark Levin Show: Mark talks about a breaking news story that there were indeed many chemical weapons found in Iraq since 2003 and yet the Bush Administration, via Karl Rove, said not to release this info. Rove said that it wouldn't be politically wise to do so around the 2006 election, that the issues of WMDs was in the past and that they lost the argument on it. Meanwhile, it was the Democrats constantly attacking Republicans as well as our military saying that the war was on false pretenses, that there were never any weapons there and now we find out there were and it was kept secret!


Whether they're causing the same degree of destruction from within is another argument, but with secrets like this, is it no wonder why so many view the GOP as equally corrupt as the Democratic Party when you've got a guy like Rove advising a Republican president? Imagine those advising Obama!
TheDailyBeast: There’s one man, some Republicans say, who kept the public from learning about the chemical shells littered around Iraq. He was Bush's most important political adviser.

Starting in 2004, some members of the George W. Bush administration and Republican lawmakers began to find evidence of discarded chemical weapons in Iraq. But when the information was brought up with the White House, senior adviser Karl Rove told them to “let these sleeping dogs lie.”

The issue of Iraq’s WMD remnants was suddenly thrust back into the fore this week, with a blockbuster New York Times report accusing the Bush administration of covering up American troops’ chemically induced wounds.

To people familiar with the issue, both inside that administration and outside, the blame for the coverup falls on one particular set of shoulders: Rove’s.
The cover-up unravels further as Rick Santorum and Dave Wurmser are tapped for more details as theDailyBeast piece goes on. But Levin summed it up nicely last night:
"So this was all about politics and manipulating the press! We sent men and women to war for among other reasons to get these damn weapons. ... I'm sorry, ladies and gentlemen, I know families who lost sons over there. And the President of the United States and his staff should have announced, 'We found these weapons!' But they didn't, because they say they lost the argument. 'Why bring it up now in the 2006 election cycle? It's beyond us; it's past; let's not get into it now.'"
Ridiculous...outrageous.

I wish conservative politicians, pundits and voters would unify behind something better than what these Rovians have transformed the Republican Party into, 'cause we need a New one.

Related links: Secret U.S. Mission Hauls Uranium From Iraq (July 5, 2008)
REPORT: Karl Rove kept public from learning about WMDs found in Iraq in 2004
Mark Levin weighs in on Rove coverup of WMDs in Iraq

ADDENDUM: Is it finally starting to sink in why Levin continues to view the current incarnation of the Republican Party as a 'liberal, neo-statist party' as clearly stated the day before?



More from Friday's Mark Levin Show:
Rick Santorum calls in to discuss a new article which showed that Karl Rove amongst others didn't want to release to the American people that WMDs were actually found in Iraq. Rove decided to play politics rather than inform the people who are the ones actually fighting and supporting the war efforts. Karl Rove wants to play both sides, he goes after conservatives when it's convenient for him, as well as the Democrats.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

CDC's insufficient protocol leads to another hospital worker contracting Ebola (UPDATES)

Sometimes you just want to scream, 'Hey, Sherlock!' Frieden, Fauci...these genius Obamabot bureaucrats don't have a clue! The fault lies in insufficient protocol and non-quarantine procedures, both failures of the CDC, not the nursing staff, and not even the hospital, of which there are only a handful in the U.S. equipped for such a disease.
AP: A second Dallas hospital worker who provided care for the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. has tested positive for the disease, pointing to lapses beyond how one individual may have donned and removed personal protective garb.

It's not clear how the second worker contracted the virus. Authorities declined to say what position she holds at the hospital or the type of care she provided to Thomas Eric Duncan, who was diagnosed with Ebola after coming to the U.S. from Liberia. Duncan died Oct. 8.

Officials have said they also don't know how the first health worker, a nurse, became infected. But the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said "an additional health care worker testing positive for Ebola is a serious concern."

"What happened there (in Dallas), regardless of the reason, is not acceptable. It shouldn't have happened," Anthony Fauci, director of the Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases of NIH, said on MSNBC Wednesday. ...

Dr. Tom Frieden, head of the CDC, has acknowledged that the government wasn't aggressive enough in managing Ebola and containing the virus as it spread from an infected patient to a nurse at a Dallas hospital.

"We could've sent a more robust hospital infection control team and been more hands-on with the hospital from day one about exactly how this should be managed," he said Tuesday.
No shit, Sherlocks. And I'm positive if you were to ask them about quarantining west Africa countries affected by this deadly disease & restricting flights from these areas to America, they'd still look at you like something's wrong with you.

We've had incompetency and worse traded for common sense, folks.

Related links: Schlafly: Government has failed in its job to protect Americans
Mixed signals: How American liberal 'experts' contain Ebola, or not...
Dallas nurses describe Ebola hospital care: 'There was no protocol'
New Texas nurse with Ebola had slight fever on airliner

UPDATES: Now, a week-and-a-half later, we've got good news and bad news. So first, the good news...
AWESOME: First nurse to contract Ebola in Texas now EBOLA FREE!
And now, the bad news out of New York...
BREAKING: Ebola doctor in New York tests positive for Ebola
And still, these idiots running things refuse to restrict flights from infected African countries and properly quarantine aid workers during the disease's incubation period BEFORE returning to the States.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Schlafly: Government has failed in its job to protect Americans

This one says everything about everything right now when it comes to the government's number one job of protecting Americans...it's failing.
IBD: Americans against amnesty are not only worried about unemployed Mexicans crossing our southern border illegally to take U.S. jobs.

More than ever, we need the fence that Congress voted for and President George W. Bush made a television photo event when he signed it into law.

Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., said that at least 10 ISIS thugs have crossed our southern border. Hunter added, if we caught 10, "you know there are going to be dozens more that did not get caught by the Border Patrol."

Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., says the Islamic State, ISIS, is actively working with Mexican drug cartels to infiltrate and eventually attack Americans.

ISIS has told us it wants to extend a caliphate over America, so why is anybody surprised that they are doing what they said they wanted to do?

The problem of invasion across our border is no longer just a jobs problem. It's a national security problem, a welfare problem, a public school problem and a dangerous disease problem.
From the additional stresses and burdens on our educational institutions to the transmission of new diseases to our children such as EV-D68; from just one African with the infectious Ebola disease to health care personnel who never went Africa, not to mention the thousands of U.S. troops sent to Liberia. What about the dangers when these servicemen and women return home? Schlafly says, "The safety of the American people is less important to [Obama] than posing as a world citizen." In other words, his popularity and agenda both exceed and undermine the safety of America and its citizenry. The same can similarly be said of his underlings.

Yet, after all of these problems and others unmentioned (Fast & Furious, Fort Hood, etc.), in a post-9/11 era for Pete's sake, our government continues to pass off the outside threats as no big deal, while exacerbating internally, and demeaning the sector of the citizenry who care to recognize the realities of our dire situation.

Understanding how an unprincipled GOP could still win the Senate

If you get this:
"The Republican Party is liberal, and the Democrat Party is radical. We have no conservative party right now in America." ~ Mark Levin
...then you'll invariably understand how this could happen, particularly with the current imperial president and sycophant party mucking things up...
WaPo: The Washington Post's Election Lab -- our statistical model designed to predict outcomes of the various races on the ballot this fall -- is currently showing Republicans with a 95 percent chance of winning the Senate. While most political handicappers suggest Republicans have an edge in the battle for the Senate majority, few would say it is as heavily tilted toward the GOP as Election Lab.
The American Left and the lib media are hoping that voters won't return to the Republican Party. And from all accounts, far too many Republicans have demonstrated that it'll be an easier transition for a less principled America to sign on to an ambiguous GOP platform of nothingness...from McCain's desire for an Ebola czar to Susan Collins' assurance that Obamacare will never be repealedfrom the open-borders crowd to an assortment of anti-traditional pop-culturalists, all of whom place an 'R' beside their name, but know little of the party's inherently conservative foundation.

It's gonna take a long, long time to get America back on the right track, if ever...even with today's Republicans.

Many prayers are needed for our nation.

Related links: Politico: GOP knows they can’t repeal Obamacare but they won’t be telling voters anytime soon
Mark Steyn in His Limbaugh Letter Interview: You Can't Have a Conservative Government with a Liberal Culture

Vatican Proposes Dramatic Shift In Attitude Towards Gays, Same Sex Couples
The Great Catholic Cave-In that Wasn’t

ADDENDUM I: Via Monday's Mark Levin Show (10/20/14):
If the Republicans win the Senate, which Mark predicts they will, it won't be because the Establishment or the leadership helped in any way - but rather, it would be because the American people are fed up with what the Obama Administration and Democrats have done. Mark goes thru the biggest landslide victories that the Republicans have had in the past, including with Reagan, and how the principle way that came about was because of conservatism and conservatives coming out and voting. Why won't the RINOs join the conservatives in restoring the Republic, and pushing for a liberty agenda again? The Left has a totalitarian mindset and the Republicans need to do more than just win an election.
ADDENDUM II: Mitch McConnell provides Exhibit A for a do-nothing, go-along Republican majority, clearing the decks of any conservative influence...why?! Whether it's what the majority of Republican voters want is irrelevant to these people. The power-brokers demand it...
TheHill: Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.) wants to get all must-pass legislation completed in the lame-duck session, so Senate Republicans would have a clean slate at the start of 2015, if they control the upper chamber.

Senate GOP aides say that’s the message from the leader, who could face opposition from conservative lawmakers who want to block any nonemergency measures in the window between Election Day and the start of the new Congress in January.

“We keep hearing from the leadership we’re going to clear the decks in the lame duck,” said a senior GOP aide.
Here's an accurate response, via Lucianne:
'The Leader of the Go Along to Get Along Gang of Social Progressive/Liberal RepublicRats already laying the groundwork for being Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey's to the Hussein Regime and DemocRats.'
Essentially, the bought-and-paid-for are staying bought-and-paid-for.

10 future 'Dreamers' diagnosed with Tuberculosis

As if Enterovirus D68 isn't enough? And we know how seriously they've taken that containment...please.
CNSNews: From January through September, 10 of the unaccompanied minors detained while attempting to illegally enter the United States across the Mexican border were diagnosed with active tuberculosis (TB), according to the Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR).

The children were ultimately allowed to stay in the United States.

"The children were isolated and treated; after being rendered non-infectious, all ten were released to verified sponsors in the U.S.," said ORR spokesman Kenneth Wolfe in an emailed response when CNSNews.com asked if any - and if so, how many - of the unaccompanied minors were tested for TB or enterovirus 68. ...

Unaccompanied minors are given medical screenings when they arrive at U.S. border stations, and if necessary medical treatment, according to Wolfe. ...

Once they are in the HHS' Unaccompanied Alien Children program, they receive a well-child exam, "all needed childhood vaccinations to protect against communicable diseases" - including TB - and a mental health exam.

"If it is determined that children have certain communicable diseases or have been exposed to such communicable diseases, they are placed in a program or facility that has the capacity to quarantine," he said. "Children with serious health conditions are treated at local hospitals. The cost of this care is fully paid by the federal government."

According to the Customs and Border Patrol, 68,541 unaccompanied children were apprehended on the Southwest border in Fiscal Year 2014 - from Oct. 1, 2013 to Sept. 30, 2014.
All on the taxpayers' dime, of course...who, by the way, didn't ask for this invasion in the first place. On the contrary, we'd like our borders secured like every other country in the world.

Related links: Surprise: After Illegal Immigration Wave, Tuberculosis Plagues El Paso Hospital
Public Schools Face Health Threat from Illegal Aliens

Hey, John McCain, we don't need an Ebola 'czar' (UPDATE)

Because Obama czars have worked so well so far? I thought the official GOP line, better yet the official John McCain line, was that Obama already had too many czars?!


Yet, McRINO can traverse between that perspective to this one in a matter of mere years...
"From spending time here in Arizona, my constituents are not comforted. There has to be more reassurance given to them. I would say that we don't know exactly who's in charge. There has to be some kind of czar."


...with about as much ease as his reelection campaign dichotomy (i.e., Democrat's favorite RINO in D.C. vs. Mr. Conservative back home in Arizona).

But to respond to McLame, no, we don't need an Ebola czar. What we need is leadership in Washington, starting with the President on down, who are interested in honestly protect Americans by correctly addressing the issues and not leaving doors open to disaster and disease (H/t: WZ).

Related link: John McCain, Czar Hater, Calls For Ebola Czar

UPDATE: John McCain asks, and we receive...a political operative, who was former chief-of-staff to Gore & Biden, an environmental activist who signed off on Solyndra, lobbied for Fannie Mae, led the team that won confirmation for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, but sat on the Judiciary Committee that tried to railroad Clarence Thomas...oh, and did I mention he has zero medical experience? Why not a doctor? Leave it to John McCain to give Barack Obama ideas for more executive power...
ABCNews: Amid mounting pressure to name someone to spearhead the administration's response to the Ebola crisis, President Obama announced today that he plans to appoint Ron Klain, Vice President Joe Biden's former chief-of staff, as his Ebola czar, ABC News has confirmed.

Klain, who also served as Chief of Staff for Vice President Al Gore, now works as general counsel at Revolution LLC.

The White House had previously already assigned Homeland Security Advisor Lisa Monaco, a lawyer with a background in federal law enforcement, criminal prosecution and crisis response, to work with the CDC and other government agencies responsible for addressing an outbreak on American soil.

Klain will report directly to Monaco and National Security Advisor Susan Rice, according to a White House official.

But by Thursday evening, Obama signaled his openness to naming a czar.

"The truth is, is that up until this point the individuals here have been running point and doing an outstanding job in dealing with what is a very complicated and fluid situation," Obama said. However, "it may make sense for us to have one person, in part just so that after this initial surge of activity we can have a more regular process just to make sure that we’re crossing all the t’s and dotting all the i’s going forward," he added.
Related links: CNN Reporter To WH: What Does Obama’s Ebola Czar Know About Ebola?
White House: We weren’t looking for an Ebola expert to be our new Ebola Czar (OBVIOUSLY!)

No shame: Democrats blame Republicans for Ebola in election year

The problem is not the open border... It’s not the daily flights from West Africa... According to Democrats, Republican spending cuts are to blame for Ebola.

Just yesterday, liberal New Yorker columnist John Cassidy warned that Ebola was becoming an election year nightmare for Democrats. So, in response, Democrats decided to blame it on Republicans. ~ Jim Hoft via GatewayPundit
It was only a matter of time...and it didn't take long. They'll rely on the lib media to spread their message...even quicker than their policies are allowing Ebola to endanger Americans! 'Cause after all, it is an election year...
NRO: Perfect. The tax-exempt ”Agenda Project” is airing an ad declaring “Republican cuts kill,” directly blaming Congressional Republicans for the Ebola outbreak:



From their even-tempered, fair-minded release:
Today the Agenda Project Action Fund launched “Republican Cuts Kill,” a multi-pronged blitzkrieg attack that lays blame for the Ebola crisis exactly where it belongs– at the feet of the Republican lawmakers. Like rabid dogs in a butcher shop, Republicans have indiscriminately shredded everything in their path, including critical programs that could have dealt with the Ebola crisis before it reached our country. Yesterday, a health worker tested positive for the virus– now, the effects of the GOP’s fanatical hatred for our government may finally be exposed.

…In launching this effort, we will be the first major progressive group to directly blame GOP budget cuts for the nearly 4,000 deaths caused by the Ebola crisis.

Our plan is to place a paid buy in Kentucky the week of October 18 with North Carolina, Kansas, and South Dakota to follow provided we complete the financing we need.
The NIH budget has doubled since 2000, allocations to the U.S. National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases rose to $4.3 billion in 2004 from $1.8 billion in 2000, and as Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal notes:
Consider the Prevention and Public Health Fund, a new series of annual mandatory appropriations created by Obamacare. Over the past five years, the CDC has received just under $3 billion in transfers from the fund. Yet only 6 percent—$180 million—of that $3 billion went toward building epidemiology and laboratory capacity.
Hey, could any of that $1 billion spent on HealthCare.gov been spent on vaccine research?
Related links: Democrats Blame Republicans For Ebola
Democrats blame Ebola on Republicans
Can You Blame Ebola Outbreak on "Republican Cuts" to Health Budgets?
Fat Lesbians Got All the Ebola Dollars, But Blame the GOP
Agenda Project/Erica Payne

ADDENDUM: Reason points out the desperation with a few interesting charts, basically showing flat spending, worldwide and domestic...



...with increased projections, despite sequestration!


Related link: Ebola is 2014 October surprise